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High Pedestrian Alert
The Fannin facing side of the UTPB Garage Building has a high traffic of pedestrians. Please be careful when entering and exiting the parking building.
|Up to 1 hour||$4|
|Up to 1 hour, 20 min||$5|
|Up to 1 hour, 40 min||$6|
|Up to 2 hours||$7|
|Up to 2 hours, 20 min||$8|
|Up to 2 hours, 40 min||$9|
|Up to 6 hours||$10|
|Up to 24 hours||$20|
|Valet Parking – Up to 6 hours||$12|
|Valet Parking – Up to 24 hours||$20|
Getting to the Parking Garage
From Fannin Street (Southbound)
On Fannin Street, Take a right on the Ross Sterling light between Mac Gregor and John F. Freeman Blvd.
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